Google One, Google’s unified cloud backup service, offers subscribers the ability to automatically back up device data, multimedia messages, photos, and videos from their Android devices. As of today, the same feature has been extended for free to all Android users.
The backup feature is a convenient and hassle-free way to save your texts, contacts, applications, photos, and videos. And everything is automatic, so users have very little work to do. If you finish dismantling, losing, or upgrading your device, all your important information will be stored in the cloud. Most Android devices already support data backup in the cloud thanks to the Google Play Backup service, which uploads files to a private directory in users ’Google Drive accounts. However, this backup solution does not sync MMS or the original quality of your photos and videos, which is Google Photos / One.
In addition to the free backup feature, Google also introduces a storage manager that will be available in both the mobile app and the web. This will allow users to delete files from a variety of services supported by One, including Google Drive, Gmail, and Google Photos, to free up space. You get 15 GB of free storage in your Google Account, followed by $ 1.99 per month for 100 GB of Google One data.
As usual, One gives subscribers the ability to share their plan with up to five additional members, so if you need more than 15 GB of memory but no more than 100 GB or more, you can share the extra memory with your family. It’s a trendy incentive to improve. Membership also includes additional support, Google Play credits, and Google Store member rewards. There are also hints that you will need a subscription to use Google Photos Premium editing features, but we haven’t seen them implemented yet.
Google said it also plans to launch the Google One app for iOS soon, so iPhone users will also receive free automatic backups. The Android app is currently available in the Google Play Store.